"But whatever course the I take, one must study the past, if one decides to talk about the past."
But do you also see that personal observation and experience as the foundation for script/writ?
And since the first observers came from Africa, should not the "unadulterated observation" (Truth) be found among African Griots rather than Semitic scribes?
Do you trust another person's word more than you trust your observations and experience?
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